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Abraham’s Table: How do we pray?

The Second Abraham's Table event was held on September 13th 2009 at the Turkish Cultural Center Connecticut. About 80 guests learned about the commonalities of how three Abrahamic traditions approach to praying in the panel entitled "How do we Pray?".

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Iftar Dinners at the West Haven Green

From August 27th to August 29th 2009, Turkish Cultural Center set up an Iftar (Ramadan Break-fast) tent at the West Haven Green. The Turkish community broke their Ramadan fasts with the local community.

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Abraham’s Table – How do we hear from God?

Abrahams Table is an interfaith initiative presenting a series of panel talks intended to bring forward commonalities of three Abrahamic religions over a series of topics. The first of the series was held on July 12th 2009 at the Turkish ...

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Blessing Abraham’s Garden

On May 30th 2009, volunteers from the Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit West Haven and volunteers from the Turkish Cultural Center Connecticut came together for a noble quest.

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Distinguished Speaker Series : The Role of Turkey in the Middle East

Distinguished Speaker Series is a new initiative by the Turkish Cultural Center Connecticut that brings experts in the academia and the public together to discuss on current issues. On May 27th 2009, Prof. Christopher Vasillopulos of Eastern Connecticut State Univeristy ...

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Appreciation Dinner for Educators

On April 21st 2009, Teachers, principals, superintendents and other administrators of local schools came together at the Turkish Cultural Center Meeting Hall to enjoy delicious Turkish food.

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Turkish Coffee Night – Turkish Coffee

Coffee Nights are a means of building friendship with the community and learning more about Turkish cultural heritage. On February 21st, 2009, Turkish Cultural Center Connecticut held its first coffee night. The theme of the night was the world-famous Turkish ...

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